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The Most Magical Soup At WDW....

So last night we watched part two of our vacation and it included our first ADR at YS...Now my DW loves soup for starters much more than myself, and the last time we both decided to have soup as starters was way back many years ago at Le Cellier.The famous Moosehead cheese soup..We both gave it 10/10. Actually it was better than our main entre, anyway at YS our server sold us their signature Lobster Bisque... eek OMG..It was without a doubt the most amazing soup we have ever tasted...So on the soup scale we gave it 11/10...So all you soup fans out there...Where has been your favourite soup at Disney.?..

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What a great question! I've been trying to think of mine, and I'm not sure that I've ever had soup at Disney.

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My favorite soup at WDW is undoubtedly the French Onion soup. I muchlove it and have it quite frequently. My favorite versions are rated as follows, 1:Shula's Steakhouse in the Dolphin hotel, 2: Chef's De France in Epcot and 3: The Turf Club at Saratoga Springs Resort. Also the Clam chowder at Columbia Harbor house rates quite highly.

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Vettelover wrote:
My favorite soup at WDW is undoubtedly the French Onion soup. I muchlove it and have it quite frequently. My favorite versions are rated as follows, 1:Shula's Steakhouse in the Dolphin hotel, 2: Chef's De France in Epcot and 3: The Turf Club at Saratoga Springs Resort. Also the Clam chowder at Columbia Harbor house rates quite highly.

Agree about the Clam at CHH ..For a CS it's really good..

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I'm not a soup kinda girl, the only soup I've had was the one I had at our intimate dining experience and it was the best I have ever eaten. I want to try the potato soup from be our guest at some point... Anyone had it?

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I've had the Cheddar Cheese soup from Le Cellier and loved it and I've also had French onion soup from Boatrights at POR and it was good.

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MMMMMmmmmm I love soup. If I ever have that lobster bisque I'm sure it will be my favorite. For now my favorite is the cheese soup from Le Cellier.

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The only time I've had soup at Disney was this past trip. We had the cheddar cheese soup from the Canada booth and it was really good. Guess that makes it my favourite biggrin

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Can't recall having had soup at Disney.I kind of associate it with colder weather and its far too warm in Florida for that ..

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I may be the lone one on this. I thought the cheese soup was awful. EWWWWWWW One of my least favorite things at the festival. And also the only soup I've had at Disney.

*Joe didn't like it either! I am not alone silly

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Only got around to trying one soup while I was there (I missed out on the cheese soup due to just being full up all the time)

I loved the strawberry soup at 1900 park fare, I was amazed at how much I liked it. And the fact it is not something I have seen or heard of ever before it made it a bit more special.

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JMed wrote:
I may be the lone one on this. I thought the cheese soup was awful. EWWWWWWW One of my least favorite things at the festival. And also the only soup I've had at Disney.

*Joe didn't like it either! I am not alone silly

You're not alone, we both hated it too Wink

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Mrferret wrote:
Can't recall having had soup at Disney.I kind of associate it with colder weather and its far too warm in Florida for that ..

Totally agree..I remember my good lady ordering soup almost every night at our favourite taverna in Crete in mid July when it was in the high 80's... confused

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Hubby says his favorite is the carrot soup at Jiko, as he put it, "I love that stuff."

Unlike hubby, I am not a big soup fan. Rarely eat it. But I really enjoyed the harira soup at Restaurant Marrakesh and would order it again, so I'll name it as my favorite.

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RobynPrincess wrote:
JMed wrote:
I may be the lone one on this. I thought the cheese soup was awful. EWWWWWWW One of my least favorite things at the festival. And also the only soup I've had at Disney.

*Joe didn't like it either! I am not alone silly

You're not alone, we both hated it too Wink

I hate cheese, so I've never even tried the famous Le Cellier cheese soup, but I know without trying it that I would hate it.

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RobynPrincess wrote:
JMed wrote:
I may be the lone one on this. I thought the cheese soup was awful. EWWWWWWW One of my least favorite things at the festival. And also the only soup I've had at Disney.

*Joe didn't like it either! I am not alone silly

You're not alone, we both hated it too Wink

I hate cheese, so I've never even tried the famous Le Cellier cheese soup, but I know without trying it that I would hate it.

It's one of these combinations that shouldn't work, but does..Like Jiko with their Mac & Cheese and red wine reduction..Not a huge lover of Mac & Cheese but it was a marriage made in heaven...Of course the fillet of beef was the groom..

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I don't order soup much when I go out for dinner. I did like the cheddar cheese soup when I had it at Le Cellier a couple of years ago. I don't know if they changed the receipe but I didn't enjoy it as much at the F&W fest this year.

The strawberry soup is 1900 Park Fare is good too.

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I haven't had the chance to eat soup in WDW. I'm eyeing Yachtsman's Lobster Bisque being that lobster bisque is my favorite soup.....

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It's usually pretty warm when I'm in the world so I'm usually not in a soup mood, but the broccoli cheddar soup at eos isn't bad. Hot and sour soup at Nine Dragons is acceptable also. Udon soup at japan pavilion.

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jw24 wrote:
I haven't had the chance to eat soup in WDW. I'm eyeing Yachtsman's Lobster Bisque being that lobster bisque is my favorite soup.....

You will love it..I tried making it at home yesterday...6/10.. That's what my DW gave it..I had to agree..It was nothing like YS ..I think they use a cream in their final stages,but it was the best soup I've ever came across..

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I loved the cheddar cheese soup at the F&WF! I was pretty "meh" about the French Onion soup at BOG and the strawberry soup at 1900 Park Fare was good but my table all put it in a mug and drank it as a smoothie.

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No Brainer for me..... banana The famous Moosehead cheese soup .... We make this at home a couple times a year now.. Cheese, beer, bacon.... How could you go wrong!!! biggrin awesome

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Another vote for Strawberry soup. I would book 1900 Park Fare again just for that soup. I tried to make it at home and it was a miserable failure. (I'm not known for my ability to cook.) It made a lovely sauce for the Mickey waffles that I commandeered from the children's buffet area. (Imagine! Not putting any Mickey waffles on the adult buffet! Outrageous!)

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alicemouse wrote:
Another vote for Strawberry soup. I would book 1900 Park Fare again just for that soup. I tried to make it at home and it was a miserable failure. (I'm not known for my ability to cook.) It made a lovely sauce for the Mickey waffles that I commandeered from the children's buffet area. (Imagine! Not putting any Mickey waffles on the adult buffet! Outrageous!)

Omg I know! What's up with that?!

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crazycatperson wrote:
RobynPrincess wrote:
JMed wrote:
I may be the lone one on this. I thought the cheese soup was awful. EWWWWWWW One of my least favorite things at the festival. And also the only soup I've had at Disney.

*Joe didn't like it either! I am not alone silly

You're not alone, we both hated it too Wink

I hate cheese, so I've never even tried the famous Le Cellier cheese soup, but I know without trying it that I would hate it.

The cheese soup did not impress. The Lobster Bisque at chefs is a sinful pleasure for me. DH loves their French onion.

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Robyn I had the Potato and leek soup at BOG. It was good but not spectacular.

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Soup!! I like the carrot soup at Jiko, too!

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Tomato bisque from the Flying Fish, Yellow Squash soup from the Wave. Both excellent.

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My boys love the French Onion, I used to love it when I could consume both gluten and dairy sad

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DH really doesn't like soup at all, so this is only my opinion.

The Le Cellier Canadian Cheddar Cheese Soup is the winner for me so far. I mean come ON, it's got cheese, beer, and bacon! That's 3 of the 4 major food groups....and you can get the 4th, chocolate, for dessert. laugh

I did like the French Onion Soup at Les Chefs de France. And I had a type of scallop chowder at Yachtsman Steakhouse that was to.die.for in 2012. I haven't seen it on the menu since, so I think it was a seasonal dish. I'm making a note about the Lobster Bisque, that might be something to try for my birthday dinner. silly

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Tiggerbelle wrote:
The Le Cellier Canadian Cheddar Cheese Soup is the winner for me so far. I mean come ON, it's got cheese, beer, and bacon! That's 3 of the 4 major food groups....and you can get the 4th, chocolate, for dessert. laugh

awesome

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